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Th? Slave Trade.
TRIAL or SAMt tl. B. HA\ NKS, K'.HST M VTB OF TUB BtOHTtNOAI.B. M \t 6 ?The (Vi ti Stain tw. S.nuul B. Haynta.?The ?reused is lutl cteil for acting as first mate of the Niylit iugale, which took on board, on aoth April, 1861, live li .u3red negroes, oh th - c.iast of Afri a, for tlie purpose vi selling thoin into slavery, contrary to tUa statutes of th* U ft Had Mate*. Ma in. Delatield Smith, United States Distnct Attor ney, and Assistant BntrM Attorney Andrews appeared for the government. MoiM t. John Mckeon and Jauus T. Brady for tho deietwe. Mr. McKeon -,aiJ that hu had a motion to make. Tho District Attorney had sent two indictments igainst this d luiidanL Hayues, Wmslow and Weetervait iuui been flrst n.dicted conjointly, aud then Hiynes and Wmslow we<e indicted. He denred to know ou which indictment lie would try the accused. The I'uited Stales District Attorney said be would ?nake aa election as to wh.eh ha would try Hayue* on. lia proposed to try liim on the capital charge. Mr. Mclveon said that tha indictment against Winslow ahouM b ' settled uow. a* hf( counsel i might have occa sion to examine hi in as a witness for the defence. the District Attorney sum that the prosecution did Dot intend to examine Westerveit, who had been al ready tried. but a* the jury aid not agree in his case the government had consented to his going into the aruiy. The Court re; used to make any order respecting the Indictment against Wiislow, and directed the jury to be ?uipannoUed in the case of Haynea. Mr. Jo*e|ih liaight (juror), in answer to the District At torney , said Ui it lie would iiave no hesitation in tinding a verdu'tot guilty in a case oi murder; but he could not >ay that be would in othe criminal cases, where the penalty was death, be disposed to And a verdict of guilty. The Court des red hnu to stund aside. Lew is W. Dunham said he would find a verdict of guilty, If death had been the result of the tratlic, but not other wise. .ludge Smalley to the juror?If the law made highway robiiery a capital ofieuce, would you Hud a verdict of guilty, if the evidence warranted it, although no lite had been tils on in toe act of robbery? A. Certainly. Tho juror was then sworn. ? eorge Muller was desired to stand aside, as he said ha would feel reluctance in fluding a verdict except in case ol murder, several other jurors expressed them selves unwilling to find a verdict in any rase where tho penalty was death, except in cases of murder, and they were excused from attending. Caivin \ aufchan (juror), in answer to the Court, said that he thought capital punishment, except in the case of murder, ought to be abolished, he thought eve n in tnuider cases other punishmeut might be substituted. The jii or wits des.red to stand aside. Another juror was asked if ho had any conscientious scruples on tha subject ot the death |ienatiy. A. 1 havo in this case, because I think the crime was committed (if it was committed) under th? conviction that he (the prisoner) would not be punished for it. After the exercise of seven peremptory challenges on the part of tha accused, the following gentlemen ware sworn :? l>avid tirifliths, Isaac M Sands, Low is Dunham, Win. Buhler, Anan .as M. Cameron, Rut us L. Todd, Jos. Hopkins, JohnS. Browne, Sherlock Human, Joseph C. C-ok, Bernaid Uursom, Harris Bogert. The jurors will lie kept together day and night until the termination of the trial. I'nited States District Attorney Pelafleld Smith pro ceeded to open the case tor tho government and to detail the circumstances and incidents of the voyage of the ship Night ingale, of which tlie accused was first mate, ami the taking on board of live huudred negroes on the coast of Africa for tlie purpose of sailing them into slavery. Toe trial of Westerveit, second mate of the same ve? sel, was luily reported in the Hkrals; and, as the facts ?re tho snme, they do not require repetition on the pre sent trial. The jury did not ngree in the case of Wester ?elt, and he is cow engaged in the Union army. I'sited States Hanhal'i Office. STATE PK1SONKKS SENT TO FOBT LAFAYETTE. As announced in yesterdays Hskalu, the United States Marshal sent ?n< of bis aids to take possession of a number of prisoners, who were sent at once to Fort La Tayotte. Their names are as follows:? rAMHKII.rH.", Name*. Xativity. Raidtnc*. Hark A. 11.son............Athuita.Ua.... Atlanta, Ga. Oiiotte Gari Barcelona Charle-Hon^.C. MigtMtl Fernandez s-evtUe Havana. mum Captain. Alex. G. Swasey.. Khode Island.. South Carolina. First Officer, J. B. Jones Norfolk, Va.. .Norfolk, Va. SecoadOfficer, L.Lawrence.Blenswick,A..At sea. ?MB. Danewick Spisser Austria At sea. Robert Cross South Carolina. Nasauu. John Michael. Austria At sea. -Charles Lucowitch ...Trieste Trieste. John Hal thews Dalmatia 1 )a! mat ia. Joseph Martinez lialm.it ia Iialmotia. Carpenter Lem. Trow N. Brunswick. At sea. Filet, K. W. Luck wood Illinois Charleston. Ktuixtnu. Chief, Alex. Lawrence Baltimore....Charleston. F.rst Assistant. R Barclay.Charleston...C.'iaricston. S cond Asst., D Ferguson..Scotland Charleston. Third Asst , J. 0'Ko>irke...Irelai<d At sou. Bolter nuiker, J. Rilroy <li irleston. ..Charleston. mint. John Heeney Ire'and Charleston. Patrick ftaflhey ..Ireland Charleston. James Meagher Ireiaed At sea. Samuel Reynold! Baltimo. e. ...At sea. Aud.ew Harris Ireland At sea. James Flynn Ireland Nassau. John Meagher Ireland Sjw York. William .Johnston Liverpool At sea. Jsu.es Me; toil Iro and At sea. Mathew H:i laram Ireland Nassau. Rstrtvi.-iin Rorz Barce o a At m a. Jainus Cas y Ireland At sea. B&.'J.-y litrine Charleston Charleston. ST> WaRIl'S OKFAKTMIOrT. ^toward, Joseph A!)'house.. Marseilles... .Charleston. FirstCook, Fran. Bernard. Sn ily At sea. Second Cook. Jos. Ij?;>ardo.Palermo Va.ermo. Pantryman, M.Gallen Kut.iw. S. C..C1 arlesion. P'., ter, John Ve<lward Ireland .C}~ irleston. W uu?r, John Tom by Mobile Nassau. The Marslial h;u>also sent, to Fort l^ifayottu the fol owitig prisoners brought home by the steam transport Etniu'e (ity: ? t apiure t from prize sch oner Wave, Wm. R--an, mas ter. Michael yuimi nd Patrick Sullivan From sch >c.ner Success, formerly privateer Dixie, S. L. Heuton, captain. The Wive, when cajtured off port Royal, was sailing nnder Con.ederatc colors, and tbe captain and crow, ac cording to the rog.stor, belong te Charleston. Captain Bent' n is noted a:; a strong secessionist, and a Skilful c ast pilot, and was formerly, it is averred, the lieutenant of this ?ame ach ? ner Success whan she was kn< wn as the privateer Dixie. The Snnti ofo do Cuba brought Dome seven men, who have been transferred to the North Carolina for the purpos if l eiug ?cnt to Key West, where they are rw lui.ed as witnesses in price casus. witjosh.-is coM*rrrr.r> to the tomb?. The fill'jwitik' witntsh' s wese sent to the Tombs from th*' schooner Mnrla. i.*k#n at sea April 30, 1462 ?Daniel Fowler, William Clark, Albert Shattuck and Frank Brown. List of persons from ?<-hooner Mersey, taken at sea, April 3?. 1M2 ? Abrsm Fisher, John Heal, John Thomas. Samuel Kussell, colored crew lust of persons froui schooner Bee, taken at sea April 23, IS'ii ?William Mosiman, master; Joseph I.. Frticell, aiate. Csart of General Krwlon. Before Hon. Ju<lge McCunn. At the opening of the Court on Tues'ay morning th 3ra id Jury, composed or the following gentlemen, were :harged by the City Judge:? Hubert S. Hone, Foreman. *ohn E. And-ow, James K Msuran, leiiyard A vary, Cirneli is Matthews, Daniel Bixby, Jarm-i B. Pock, I a\ i<i Cloae, Joel B. Pout, Sol moti I Crosby, ArcklM A. Peterson, Andrew Clarke, lie rre llmld, Al' trl t.. Kastmaa, Cam .1 el 0 Smith, Philip Honry, Jr., KiclrtrdI,. SuyUam, 3ainuei F Knight, Washington M.Thurman. lame* U. Taylor, Jam'-g I,. To.Id. , After *)tn? introductory observations, and the recita) ?f tbe lawi which the Court is bound to recite to the Srand Jury, Ju-Ue KcCtwn spoke th i* in referen. e to the act to anpi reae intemperance:? In '-barging you upon tbif question, I would call your particular attention to that part or It In regard to the teemntt and selling of lutoxieatiug liquor* on Sunday, u|ion wbii It I have already announced my opinion irom' ?his bench In order lo Justify you, gentlemen in And ing a tni? bill against any party <h>r ?d wiiii keeping *r dlat?>sirg of intoxicating liquor* on Sunday. evid.M ? jf the most positive character must be preducod before foil, showing that the party so charged not only kepi and dlsi-oaed ef intoxicating liquors on Sunday, but that the liquorswere kepi and disp>?*4 of publicly, that va erttli often door* and windows, exp<*ed to tbe general pubuc, and public Ingress and ?greas to tbe premise* of the are'ised permitted, tbe eame as on tba ordinary daya af (he wuek dev.ml t? bualnaaa. Thi* public mode of keeping or diipoeing of intoglcating liquors on Auaday would be equally aa annoying to the -omnuDtty afti disturb rhepaao* of Sunday as woi.d ?he Mia of any other article as that day in the aatne manlier, and ik >uld be strictly prevented Tbe eellieg ?i intoxicatlBgllqoers. however, I* not an offen<# la it e<d'. and the prohibition of ita sale on ffuaday. by the f^Kielature, wm evidently intended to prevent that ..pen sale of It which woald necessarily disturb the quiet it that d.vr to which not only by tbe lews ef the land, b'H by the com men consent or all intelligent eoinmunl tlee.it Is acknow lodged to be devoted. If, therefore, Intoxicating liquet* be privately kept or dirpueed of by Inn or tav irn keeper*, an I all public admission to their p a ee alrictlr rei used, and tbe usual quiet ef Sunday la a<>t m any measure disturbed, then no offence under the statute hue i?een committed I we'ild here <?specialljr r-*ll your attention to H e Metropolitan Police law ofik'U. under which the pollen authorities claim to act in regard to tbie question. Section 42 readi aa follow*?"It ahell not be lawful for anv parson to publicly keep or dispose of any Intoxicating liquor* upon Die ftrat day of the weeR, called Sunday " And unless It Is clearly proven to you. gentlemen, that any party accused before yi*ir body of violating thia law ha* publicly kept or disposed of any intoxlcat.ng liquor* on Su?:ay,i no indictment, tiroporlv, should be ordered. I have taken tbl* o?ea*K>n to charge you so particular ly In regard to tbi* Important question because the vital rights and inieroata of a v?ry large rlas* of our eommu. nity are Involved Tor over live years this q leeimn ha* l^ten agitated, but never determined, and our (it? has to?en I?jt to t*ne of thousands of fl'Hars of evpense* f 'MiEf out of Ibe immense atneuat o| liti^at.oa thai this vexed question has occasioned. Thousands of suits n<iw encuntbur some of the calciida s of our civil courts, and are rapidly accumulating, to the great lu creatta our taxes. and to the iiositive detriment of all i Uter litigation. Tile public attention is no?r fully arou^eil ki ?l*? vast importance of this matter, and tho necessity of i:s speedy determination. Ami it becomes my soitin i duty, as well as yours, gentlemen, without the luur of any op,K>siiiou, or the venom of any nia.ig mty, to calmly aud impartially view this question in its trim and proper li^rht, so that the laws in regard to it may become wholesome, and their true dignity be preserved, and the pca< e ami good order of all classes of the dlverti tied community of our great city legally maintained. Board of Supervisor*. ? ILL OF TDK 11AKI.KM BKIlHiK CHMMI9SIONEK8? COMMUNICATION FltUil TUK OOMFTHOLL KK?COBO NKliS' FKKS, KTC. A regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors was hold yesterday, Kujau V. Pmtnv, President, in the chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read and ap proved. The Commissioners of Ilarlem Bridge sent in a bill amounting to $4,569 01, incurred in the work of con structing the bridge. In this bill $2 060 33 was charged for services of the Commissioner*, thief and Assistant Engineers, he., for one month; and the laborers' payroll for the same time amounted to the small sum of $&<5 18. Supervisor Tweed stated thai the charges of the heads of the departmeul appeared to be not only extravagant but exorbitant. Supervisor Davis explained that the difference wis caused, ina srr>':it measure, by the contract work going on, which require* constant supervision. The bill was referred to the Committee on Harlem Bridge. A communication was received from the Comptroller submitting a tabular statement of the appropriations and expenditures for the year 1S62 on county account, including Statu taxes and support of the Meiro;oliun Po.lce, to April 30,1*62 ? Balances unextiendei December 31,1861... IISO.OIH 63 Appropriations for 1662 4,775.682 34 Total appropriation $4 '. .'.6,201 97 Expendltuies to April 30,18G2 1,35S,2<0 48 Balanoe unexpended April 30,1862 $;(,5H7.911 49 The ret ort of i hespecial committee on the oomm ni cation of his Honor the Mayor, apiuuiting Mr Jamse M Macgregor for the < ttlce ot 8u| e. iiitendum of Buildings, was adopted, the Hoard continuing the appointment. Ihe petition of Krancisco Sioughton, the ,-pauish Con sul to thin porl. for remission of taxes, was denied, the Board not having authority to act in the matter. a communication was received from Wilson G. lluut. President ul the Commissioners of the New Court Houso. stating that the OiimiBlMtwwfi ha 1 eio.t d Mm H Corlies as their treasurer in accordance with the act I assed April 9,1862, authorizing tho Hoard of Sui ei vi sors to create a public fund or stock to bo called the " Now York County Court tiouso Stock." Relurred to special committee on New Court House. The bill for coroners'servicos for the quarter ending March 31, amounting to $4,047 87, was ordered to be paid. The board then adjourned till Tuesday the 20tU inst. Soldiers' Burial. Boston-, May 0,1862. The remains of the four soldiers of Company H, First Massachusetts regiment, killed while storming a re doubt nt Yorktown, arrived here to-day. These pa triots belonged in Chelsea, and that city will give them a public funeral. Ptnenal Intelligence. Bon. Simon Cameron and family arrived at the Astor House at a late hour on Monday night. Thoy will sail for Europe at noon to-day in the steamship Persia. Major General I>ord F. Panlet, C. B.: Colonel Stephen son, Lieutenant Coionel Conoily, Captain Seymour and Captain Clay ton, of Montical; J. P. iullon, of Londen; Captain F. C. Wllkie. of New York; S. A.Fort and son, of Geneva; Thomas Morton, of New Wind-or, and Nicho las Carter, of England, are stopping at the Clarendon Hotel. Colonel Dalrymple, Lieutenant Colonel Baring, Captain Fiereaford and Captain White,of Montreal, Pr. Segar, of Springfield. J. P. Pride, of St. Lo.iis; l>r. B.J. and J. Jeffries, of Boston, and J. D. Ledyar and family, uf Ca zeuovia, are stopping at the Brevoort Hons*. H. T. Freedley, of the United States Army; Henry Q. Rico and wifu, of Long Island: B. H. Freeman, of Phila delphia: Juan Uruclia, F. Paraui, J. y. iros, Jos.* Ar. quelio and Maroo Aquilez, of l'anama, are stopping-at the Lafarge House. G. W. Ca*s, of Pittsburg; H. S. Wells, of Pennsylvania W. F. Leech, B. H. Brewster anil fuHiily, and .lay Cooke, of Philadelphia; H. A. Tucker, of Chicago, and Nolile H. Hill, of Boston, are stopping at tho St. Nicholas Hotel. Geo. Van Veohten and lamily, of Albany; lien. A. C. Newe.of Monuoeilo; L. Kail, of JlliuM*: 1-:. u. Ham ii>' ltd, of Utica; 0. J. Ruges, of Washington; S. A. Green, of Michigan: W. Langdon, of Boston; B. C. Evans and N. C. Shulf, of Philadelphia, are stopping at the Metropolitan Hotel, Geo. Thomas, from Washington. Hon. S. Cameron and family, iC Pennsylvania; liajor B. Cameron, of the United States Aruyr A. Van Vochten and C. W. .tntbuoy, Aibauy ; F. K. Woodbrldge, of Vermont; G. B. I'pt >n and Ga-dnerOMby. of Boston; M. Mack, cf t iacinnatl; II. M. I*wtren,of Rime, N. Y.: E. Co ^ of King-ton; J. B. AUeu, of Philadelphia, ami J. C. lie vis, of Washington, a e sto;i ing at the Astor Ho use. (apt. P. A. avis, or the United States Army; E. S* Hnut.of B. Bufl'um, of Pro vidence; i'.ev. Mr Kni.ht.J. K. Wilmer aud John Wyeth. ol Inl alelphia; J. HuzgeraJU, of Wisconsin: l?. S. liuriwt, of Cincinnati ? H. Fairbanks,of Vermont: W. Mmroe.Steplie.. H. Weld. E. (Jiincy, li. Hunt aud W. lakar, of I; >? t n: J. C. (ioodrell, of Michigan: C. M Pond, of Bar.lord; H. CurtibS, of Brldg<';<ort, and B. del Bal, of Panama, are supping at the Fifth Aveuue Hotel. Cnnrt Calendar?'TliIn Day. SrriKMt chT? jKitir.?i'ari 1. ? Xos.SlI .".3S. 40'', &<.S, atl3, list li.iU. l;t?,fl. *?&, 1478. l'.l'J, I57J. id..4, 1107. 1717 223'a, 27* Ulo, J y G mm .1 1 las.?Part 1?Xoc. .'454 tiiia. bl'J, i/oj, nOl, ;06t>, 10?;0, 1(47, lory. 107(1, 1071. low, 14o, 6>i 410. Pa t2?%djourned till Hiursdajr, 8th in-t. SITUATIONS WASTED?FKMAliEt. Fo- ollxr Wants See Flr?t Page. I RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT M ARRIED WOMAN A nl'lira a ?tt .atlon. as wet nnr?' ; oa ?< turee uion'bs old; noot i- rerie iniknuiee. Oeed city ref' rei.oe given Call lur iweday* at 2 - Raat Uiij at.; n'' objection logo iu tit** country. t SITUATION WANTED?BY A YOUEO WOMAN, At ?. a i.i ermaid ana waiter. City reference. Can be -.ten for two ii.i> - ut I.vi Weal Sotli ?t. V SITUATION WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE W' i man. iui good plain ook and excellent *?aalt r and neeer, in a -mall private lami y. no objection to d?? li.ni.-e work. Krt-l i-Vy reference. Call at No. 9 6th St., lor two data t SITUATION WANTED?B? A MMOMMA A young nomas, tii do naiu'xTnroric an 1 wait.ug, ?r general Uouaework City ami -o antry relereuve. Cail at No. iiitl m ?., bi-tween 2d ?i.d .l<i at*. t SITUATION WASTED? BV A FIRST CLASS COOK : A. 1 :ci mat? dewrn. paautes, pood bresd m m i H>-t oi city ref 1 enc.% < a b.- seen i"r two daj >> ai x.i 6th aw., ?eeond III" r. back ro<iiii. t YOUNO OIRL WISHES A SITUATION AS COOK. ^'V Inquire at Mo 5t> Myrtle av., Brooaiya. A SITUATION WANTED?BY \ KKSPEi'TABLE yniin^ wotnanj l? .? I plain <-ook w.oi.er and irooer; or would do h iimework. or r:i,,inber^'?rlt aiul a?ist in a*H.u iiig and ireulag; the ie-t of <11. reier?e- iro n nerlsst I lai e. ( all for two 'arn at N<> VJ 7th av., i:orner of .vilh m , tuird llo >r. \ RESPECTABLE WOMAN WISHES A SITUATION A a? . rut r?u- ouok; ?he taorou^iiiy uiider<uinJ? Iter b is all ita branches, no objection to the country. The lo'i-t'if ci'y reierenu-a ran b'-gm n. Call for two days at 130 East X.'tn at. ARF.HI'fcCTAHLE TOCNO <hrl WISHES A HITt'A 'ion a?in?i ? Um watucM. Kite would tivr u ?obj.-i uoa toil" ci.ainix r?"ik mil turn w.t-biug ? "i irutilng; naa no ?b j-- ilo.i t<> the country. Tbr Iwu w < Uy rei*r> uec? c?n be given. Oall iarlvo ,iy* ii I3<i r,?"i ijin -i. 4 RI.M'E' TABI.B TOCNO WOMAN WANTS A KITCA A Uan m dwm'ifnwKi or mitei, w is ii'lm la wKbini u lli.inng Nb i to thee entry. Call ?? 21* *mi St.' < at. f"i iwoilaya baa the beat r? iVfrt e. 4 FROIESTANT <>l RL W 19IIEH A SITUATION AS plant cook, WMJbef and irttuer. Go "1 n-fertMM (Ifiii, Cailattlo.la. r?-i,*mr Hilary, ttr >okiyn, for tarn dare. A SITUATION WaNTKH-BY a RESPECTABLE girl, iu a priraie faaiily, ** aurw; l? a g< <1 plain ?? .vm mid cl imb"! malil; weuld aa*e no objection to iiif country lor ?>ie mimnrr. Can >>* in-n at lier preaent employer a, w'nere ?I, i *. ived two yeara and a half, <1 J.'tli at., wtawn inn and 7M< arm 4 SITUATION WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE WO J\. in .n ,?? nnrw and ?a hhui-m, or an < h?tuner .nuid and the i.*-?t of <liy Rftrtid ?lr?n. Call for two day* ?t 417 Sty ave., Iietween 25lU ami VMh ?tv i COMPETENT WOMAN WISHES A SITUATION A8 i 1 ?'?ma rn>, >u do all Itluda of family Hewing; or Wo u i do i hamherwork and aewmg; would take r?rc of rhll (Iran and wait oa an invalid lady; no obj.d o.i to tba <oiin try. city nt?nM. fan for two di.a at 13 I Dion court, L iil era ty piwe. between llth and l?tn ata. AKKspei Table toi su woman wishes a sitl a'.ioa,'u a priv ??>< '*m! j , >?? vtraiirv**, O'lld hav." no objection* 1u k i in the r. tury with a latally. 0#odil:y MfcraMa Can be eeaa lor two IJa|? ?t 4(j;t g,i ar., t ip floor, back room. A RESPECTABLE VOUNO V. OMAN WOt'Lit LIKE to have tin waefclFg aiutlronioa oi a i ?w lnelUW * tbelr r*aid> ne'.sor In Bei o? n l,? -? the ki^i.e* r"Oreacea CMbeftven. AddraaaE. S ,'IW Nn.yii. Bi h.jb A TOCNO WOMAN WISHES A SITUATION as FIRST <? ana laMAuri -a; baa the ?? ry ii ?i uy i. , r>.t, , |,,s no I obJWlion to K" a ?liort dlatnne n.t . tn. oi'Hrr t< r the mm. | mar. Utll II Ml Vnt IMl K., (Mi lioum-, tipflour. 4 FIRST CLASH COOK WISHCH A SITUATION in A j\ piiime I iilly, unrieratMMia all klnmof I wimljr <,k lu*. both Kngnah an i Am. rl i.n; f.a* h ver. I. ?i oi my rei..enie. bat lived with tin. very beat ol ;?nn e. fcoob. jr. ti"n> :?iii> a ?liOit m-ia >:?? In the i ii'intry. t,..ll loi two day* ?t IOVXHii at , en 6th and 7Ui ara , fira o n. i'otBfj WiNTS A PLACE AS WAITRBHN AND ?' a niMM ina.'il .and to tak? ar" ??( - hll in.^ie.d rele ranca - n Call for ?*" <?*>? *l I0P 7i h ave, 4 respe1 TABI.E' TOITNfl WOMAN WANTS ASITI A J\ I,on a* I'liam e n'"1 mil ti M "i .? am:"r, -ill ?i,,i | a 1111 fax nn air- b "a?hliwa d I or iflf. ,.u< e? her U a a<??ii. !'"ik I' fo..r'.v art g>r. ren*- u i?l. ' aiilor | da/? *1 JW /Hi a'e., ht ^P^u M ?1 ??. SITUATIONS WAN KD?KKM AT?K?*. A SITUATION WANTED?BV A YUL'Nti WOMAN, TO do ib Uo is -.voi k of a smuli family; is a good plain cook and so ?d washer and ir>'iior; would do chamberwork irid assist aith lie washing. Cau be ?-t>n tor two day* at UA West I5lli St., w. st of tilh live., rear building. \ RESPECTABLE GIRL WISHES A SITUATION AS - V cook; is an rxctilleui r an. ironer am. ui -o a go-al baker: i.us the very Oesi of city reierence. Call or iwo day a at iy S ta t e at., acc-oud lloor, iront room, Sou;b Brooklyn AYOING WOMAN DESIRES A SITUATION TO TAKE eare v' 1 children aud do sewing; would assist iu lle chainberwork and mukeheise.i generally useful; no objec tion to the country: baa g>ol city refer. uce Call lor two days at 13 L'uion court, Uuiversitv place. between lltband lath sis. 4 OIRL WISHES A SITUATION TO TAKE CARE OK >1 clnl iren and assist in ciiaiubei work; ia a good -e un stress; )ia* good city leieicuee. Apply at 331 31 av., ouo uoor from -oth at., in the bookstore. A SITUATION WANTED?BY A YOUNO WOMAN, AS nurse and seamstress or todochauib rwo k and sew iui:; hw no objecll us to go a abort d.stun e in the country: can give the best of city re crenue trom her last p.acc. Call ai (io West i'Oib st. \ S COOK. AND TO ASSIST IN WASHING AND IRON J\. Ing.?A limhly respectable girl, with the best of rele rmce, desire.- a situation in the aoove capacity; understand cooking l;i all its branches; lias no objection to tbe country. App y at 'i.8 Oth av. A RESPECTABLE YOUNO GIRL WANTS A RlTUA lion m do chaumerwork aim waiting, or woul.i take care of children and new; no objection io go to the country with a family, lias good city reference. Call at 11 -> Ea.t foib st., lor two days, nrst Uoor, back room. A RESPECT ABLE YOUNO OIRL WANTS A SITUA tion; ia a ,oh! cook, w i?h-r aim iiouer. lias t. e best of city references fioni her last place. Call at Bridge at., between Tiiiaiv ana Coucor.i sia. \ SITUATION WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE A young .irl, as chain[?erniaiu and nurse, Has, the b. st ciiy reference Ir ?m uer la>t p ace. Call lor two days at the rst brown st i .e . rout houa east of tilh av. iu West Mill St., o,|ioaite the Ta ernucle cbureli. I SITUATION WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE WO AV man. to i ok, . a b and iron; she thoiougmy uudei sutndsber business. O.Hkl city reference. Call at 6o uth av,, Hi si lloor, iu the rear. \ RESPECTABLE UIKL WANTS A SITUATION TO * V uo general ho i-ew. rk or . namberwork; best of city r-.ereuci. Cal. for two uajsul a,"7 Orecnwicu street, accoud lloor, ba k room. \ SITUATION WANTED-BY AN AMERICAN til iL, ?A loa<eaiso. ..ge, io do chimb .war* mi l Waiting; is w flu;; t>> make .leisell useful: lias no bj.-ctlon to go a snort tiiHlalKa in Ulecountry. Cailat L<3 .ta avc., between ltfih and Ai h sis, V SITUATION W ANTED?B i' A RESECTABLE youuk Wouian. us cook; is willing t< with lac ?ali.n,, or wo.i... do ho ,a>:?or*i baa u o jec.loo to go to tin country. Has good r f. reueei. Call .or two days at 133 Lh ate., between lj and .'Ul.i ata. ? YOl'NO t.IRU HAYING A WIIEEI.ER A WILSON S iV sewing mac.nil.-, and is a coiupeU .it dttauaker, w.a. ea aauna. ou ?ltb a uress.i.aker or seat.,is.r. s?; c..n cut chil dren's loth. s. AdoiessS. B., Ueraid Ollice. t SITL A 1'ION W NTED?BY A RESPECTABLE a'Y young ..s cook, an.i to aaslst witu toe washing auu iron.ii,, or to uo geueral uouae.woik in a a.oa.t lam.iy, an.i is wi.liu^ to muse ..eiaell nsei ... the best ol cay reie. i no ir. Ml her I. -t place, seven yturs. Address Lit uoih at., bei?e< u tt.i and i'lh a.ea., second Uoor, lront room. A RESPECTABLE PRO I'hSi A.NT YOUNO WOMAN | A wishes a sii..a....n as ? iia.uoermaid an.i to take care of children, or u?c aia. wasiier aud trouer; no objections to J go to ihe co.inuy, Yooa -. s preierred; best o. reference If | r. nulr d. Cad m ti.i We t Uth st., for two days. AhEaPECTAHLE OIRL WANTS A siTU.tTION TO cook, waau aud iron, or io no c ainbei work a..d take care of c.nldreu; u .mid uke to go to Ule co.iuiry; can g.ve he twit of releicuc. ?. Impnr at l]i West lGth at., betw ? eu m U and tith avea.; can be seen for t? o days. A RESPECTABLE lilitL WANTS A SITUATION AS cua.nuermaid and waitress tiood city reiercuce. Ap ply at 136 3d avenue, uet.,ecn Kt i aud 17th sis., in the l'au-y a i ore. A YOUNG WOMAN WISHES A SITUATION TO DO homework in a small p.r.a.e iuin..y; la a good plain cook uud ao excel.i nt washer and ironcr. .\o o-.jic.ion to go a anort .Is tun in the count.) a, eaauibermuld. Ooou city rcieitn a if required. Ca.i at Meat 17iu at., between iKli uu . lOlh avs. t RESPECTABLE YOUNO WOM.V* WANTS A 8ITU <.'1 alion ascloti. b rma.u or prolc^red wa.iress; no ooiec tloii to the country > an be se u lor two uaya at lutf West 1'Jtu at, between bin aud 7th ata. \ RESPECTABLE YOUNO WOMAN WANTS A 8ITUA XL lion as tlrxt ciats cook and baker; la an ca. client waanpr audiioi.er; ?i?.ili take a laomliesn'p.ace; will go a abort distance in lh ? eo.u.t.y. Heatoi . ity refere ices. Can tw seen ittr two da>a at 137 West A>ih St., between .in and mil aveuues V COMPETENT DRESSMAKER. WHO HAS T11K wort, of a f. w fain.ie a, woo d t.fce m obtain tue work o. a lew more. Call at VI Last 16lu st. t RE.-PECTAHLE WOMAN WISHES A SITUATION A .o ,.o cuaiuonrwork. plain sewing and case >a e ui c .ndren. Can give good rei rences. App.y at Sas Wcl J-t.ii st. A RESPECTABLE YO' SO WOMAN" W ANTS A .-lTUA 11.mi to do ' liamliet wor* . rid waning. ibl a??li>i in t.ie ua?Ll 14 noil Iroiiln,, ur won, ijo ?? win*;; can Co rnuir>i* lie. 1114; . a lour years' ri'f r nee from lor .??; p.acc. 1'teaae cu.l .a .W 5 biu at., near ti.i at , lor 1 vt.i ilaja. I 8 VS'KT NI'RfE.?A UE.tPECT ABt.E MARRIED WO. -A 111.i) unnt* a i-itu.i t 11 .!? ..it 11 .lie*; het o.vn ..a , is four ?< e..? old. ('nil a< 312 H cks at., between Amity .'mil Con.)'**. Brooklyn, ir*. i.oor, liont room. 4 MiTATIOM WASTED?l!Y A YOU SO GIRL, As ^V. Hi.vnl'<"i nuiitl ?? n s?a .ifctifM, or ui tak? C i c of chr dp* 11: ban goful i*||\ iv.c:?i??c Call at 115 West *t.? i>e twof*u tth and 7t.? aves A|( CKO WOMAN W1SBEI i SITUATION AS COOK w h h.'V uml in-n-r: i? city ivlereuoe iron Uer JaM plan*. Ca.l to-day at lJ.iLt.-t ihu si., in tin* r?ar, fcrst iiot,r 4 KKSl'BOrABLK YOLNU MARRIED WOMAN IIA V. ;\ iu !? >t i??r buoy. is iii'hip?iisuf .ak i?^' a ai.y ai her !cn?.u 'o W't iii.-rM*; ?tho *h p riwtly hi-aii.iy, ami an ..Hz tiii* Ik.'ft r'.vr n? a--* io cl;a. .?? t C W at or ??.J.i*->h ?jS j v II, iter ol 15th st , up s airs, hint ?!?*< r En trance ?in l&th st. 4 lifcM'ECTAl'LIS 8 oTCll <iIP.L, A PROTESTANT* il wi.uih a . i.tun as 'iiain cr ..a.?l ? ?iU w?.uv>.s ia wil ;iu .id " i-im., mu I iiu afraid to wo-'R: w.. l?o o ?;im--. but ugou' prefi'iT t! < .11 ??.- til Mond .y at 115 K 13 * . ??., i'V. r the Mvfr. HOt SKKfcEl'EK ? AN AMERICAN LADY OF <iOOD - ,i. , a < ! wi*il ? a.ciila c i i" inak?* a home j if.iNiiri WM < k . ? ta*e I'liiir.; * in a wi-mwrr'a la :u!v, i inn ;? in tint ? i'v ? r ?? ?i ;t.y. jt**ui'?ii*''ration nut . o mucii aou^Jit for as a omf. I* fully mp tent; be*t oi reft r^nce Kirm. Call for tivo da\# at ;J31 r * . W MR !. U'lLSON WANTS StTt'ATH?.V$ KOR I!Flt OPE ial.irt on W lii fir. 4 B'llwn a iiwchlnm hy tin: day or werk: nii?- k. w.114 :.ikfn in, urn Iiiiiun ?'-i.t 110 lirlp waul. U. Mm vru?' 11. ill lUi ai?? x\ tluor to Pa. k avenue inarke.. CJlTTATIOS WANTED?All WAfTMHS AND CRM k1 iM'i'ri-.id. iu .. rt-njitiolabiM piiv.n. 1. .i l\, b\ a * awai'.t', t: imtw'.i "i> , u : ? >n.an; tin t1- b ? >?f 1 .tv rrl.'irnc s t r-nii li." U?: ."in l .yer. Ca.i at?l ?d.ir. ?4 1-0 East litli it., b<-t?r?a l?t an 13A a.?. C?ITCAXIOM WASTED?BY \ RK8PBCTABUI OIRL, 11. Kriirral ! oilww r- In a p; iva11: U-iiiiy; l? mi fmtI 1 nt waiitii r ?n I lroii-r. Hood rel- i*ik:b Ho urr la<; pla'r. Call at 10.') ill n* it., rorner oi rtark, Bro '^ yn. mwo GIRIi; WISH SITCATtONS IN ONE IIOI HE ; J o"i* * ? ok i.r to do Uou?< work: :h o lr r h . < hamln r maid mil wa.tr" s. In piin* at No. 9 Atlantic ur , Bri?ii,l)'n" U'AN,l.H? IIY v GERMAN O.KU V Slri ATIOS \S M 10 >k, waaLer and iioner in a atnall laimiy. Call at 10 Row *1. \ir.\NTKU-BY \ RE.-l'E< TABLE WOMAN, A KITI'A tt t'o 1 k. O<iod city refer 11 ? iIvkh. Call at lilu.'j Wrat 26th ?t. tbia d>iy. "l\rANTED?BY A YOl'SO OIRL, A SITI'ATKlS TO ?? ta." rare of r'Mi 1r?ti; K'nnl r ? ???tnn ??noatioui K'ven Call for tvo day* at 510), r?arl ??., rr nd flfi'.r. WI'ANTED? A KITl VTIOS, BY A VdL'N'il WOMAN AS < ok In a priiafamily; Is a kimkI and I. willing to ?Mi?t with he ? unhiiia and IroniK. Tne lient olty reiv* r ncfi'i'ii last place. Can be *et u at Jtift 3'.lth ?t., between Btti a 5 'h . "ll'ANTED-HV A YOUNO WOMAS, A^ITPATIi'S A4 TV chamherma.d and ?a ii' .n. can do p'.ain aruitig and tuiVr herself *e. erall* useful. Trtr Ix-vt city rWerme. Can In- m en at 141 Eaai 28ili ?t., top iloor. front room. \l"ANTEf>-A SITUATION AS COOK: WILL A8STHT Tt in th' avHxliiiw and ironing; la willing to go a short dn?t in- in th?.e. intry. Can be ven at M Writ 23<1 it., be IWWl lith and 7th ava. 'ANTSlV?BY A RESPECTABLE WOMAN. A SITI A <ion to cook r do houaework lor a mnall fnnll>. bent 01 nty r.'ier in- Kin n. Call at 217 We*t CM *t , near Wli at. Ur\STEI>-A S1TI VTION, BY A YOt'SO OIRL. TO do neneral ho'iwwork: l? a good wa^h^r and iron 'r and fond ?t ihll iren. Uuod city n-larrnc- lr< in her lust piiM-e. Address for two days M. D , Wllllainiburg Post Ollee. WANTED-A SITUATION AH IIOI SKKEEPER BY an American widow lady, who li not afraid 01 work; Is rompe . nt to iak>- charge of any hons?. rug rurni.ii h boo** if deslraiile; has no objection to old |>eople, tochil. dm if Mthtcountry, itaalfvreranea given and required. ? 'all on or address Mrs. Fn e?, (j East Broadway. U' ASTEO-BY A RESPECTABLE OI RL, A 8ITUATIOS a' ci ok. in a private family, Th? belt 1 Ity refeicncci. Call at 'VI Mm are., in the More. WANTED-BY A RE8PE' TABLE WOMAN, A 8ITIIA >1 lion as first 1 lass cook In a prhate family; has the belt of c.ly n.'er.'nee; no objection to th.-country. Can be lecn for two days at 'J7 2&th ?(., between 2d and 3<i a vs. \V * ?- ' * SITUATION, BV A RESPECTABLE IT gin, as good 1 .in 000k, waaher and Ironcr, or would d? general nooaework in a small re*|ie'table family; good cit reference If Kiulrcd. Can lie ?. en till i-ncag-d at Wfl H 'iltli at , corner ol 8*c*ijt stt , Brooklyn, neit to the grocery ?ton. U'ANIKII-BY A HEM E' TABLE WOMAN, a KITI a tIon as cvik, v a<het and Ironer, or to do g< neral nmiar work In a small tannly. Ooodeliy re'errnees Call for two da> at .KB *d are., first floor, back room. \|/ ANTED?A SirrATION, BY ~7\ RK.--PECTABLE r ? n rl. ' icrKik, wash and Iron, or to do grneiai !.o is.-work In a 1111*11 private family. Bu^t city r.-ieretici'. Call at MO Coort st , bet w en Union and Bnckeit at a,, Brooklyn. Ur ANT ED -BY A RESPBCTA BLB~T0UN<> OIRL, A situation as go .1 washer and ironer an I plain c< o*; she Is willing and 001 ging, up town preferred. Ouod reference. Call at 90 West 2-<tn at., top room, for two day*. UTASTED BY A KESPECTABLE ASD C'liMPETKNT woman, a aliailon us infw < iiiim; Is avert l'amati"a?: la Willint to make herseif in.efnl In wh i*e?.r capacliji her ?i ?li ea nuiy bn reijtrtrert the be-toi nt* r> >11 call for two days at III* East i&th it., between 3d ?nd 4th are*. ll'ANiED -HY A RESPECTABLE WoMA* A HI TUA Vr tl 1, nur*e nder-ia ios her h ispiess *e i. ao i has i ?" >*? ? reiei n e from her laai pla.*, ?'n|| ?t |J7 liaii . 35tl> ?t . ' fu r Vi a* , for 1W0 dats. U'ANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE PHtiTEU AS FiiTRL, . it'iujlon as ilrst dais we I 1 ?s. or v o n o ? . berwork andwuah'im; has no ofcj'? tlnn to 1 \ntr t 0 ? 1 y r eretica. C?i| (or !?/?*? ..f .j, , u, | it1 and 3d aTl. Sm'ATlOKI WA<TKP-FKMAHH. \y ANTED?H\ A RESPECTABLE YoUKO WOMAN, A TT situation an chambermaid alio vfallreb. Bestofreie r? are given. Call fur two .lays al L2 East loibst. \V'ANTED?A SITUATION, BY A BESl'ECTABLB PRO T T Uwtani sin. in do il usesvnrk lu a small piivi.lt* family; will be luuu'l wit.ng au.i agr eabie; no objecttou lo tie ?'? try; undeista ids the eare of milk anil nutter. 1..11 l>? s en for t?o daysai No. 1 Macdougal St., where she can be reeoni mended. Um [TAMED?.V SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE y tuns woman, to cook, wash anil iron, ur would do general hoti&ewo k in a small private family; is a good baker o. bivad. plea and biscuit, also an . ic. lU'iil washer and Iroiier; bus goou city reference. Call ut '01 East tfih hi. WANTED?A SITUATION. BY A RKSrECTAHLE young Woman. as eook; no objection to a s.si in the wa-diing ami lronl.g, understands h r ousiuess in baking, roaatin^ and broiling, luiimte for two da>s al 7lb av., betwi en 2.iu and ^4lh sis. TITANTED?BY TWO RESPECTABLE YOUNQ GIRLS, TT Hiiua ions; one as cook, and the other? a chamber bernuild, bo' 1 sisters, in some re-p-ctahle pr.v.iie lan.ily; the cook would pre! r a place wher< ibe oouiti at m paatrj cook, (ail al J j.. Coliuiii.ia si., Brooklyn, between Mia it; and A.iautic st*., lite lust Uuti.-e ai the glass house gate iu Colum bia ?t., for two days, or until engaged. Ur ANTED?BY A WILLING AND OBLIGING GIRL, A situation to do (.encial nousework. or a< tliambt r.natd and wailreas; is a good Washer and irouer and 1 i.o 1 pan ciuk. Best of city merences. Cau bi? seen lor iwo da.ts al 441 Columbia St., near Degraw, top Uoor, front room, Brook lyn. X\,rANTED?BY A STEADY PERSON, A SITUATION IT us a good too*, and 10 assist with the washing and iiun.ii>.; 110 ouji-i t.o..s to go in tin; couniry; lias tin' be?l of clu reference, from uer tasl p.ace. Call lor two daya al 106 W est 33u si. WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a situation lo do ?en ral housework in a small laiui.y; good city relerence given. Call al 161 Allan ic si. Biook,.. n WANTED?SITUATIONS, BY TWO BBSP80TAB ,E young women; one to take care of < hildreu and do pialu sewing or light ehainlierwork ; ibe other as nrst c uss waitress anu would oe wi.il.ig 10 do chamberwor^ 11 requlr fed. Can give ibe o, st of cii, relerence. Can be seen at ineir present employer s. No. 1 Last. 31 St., for two nays. \\TANTED?BY A RESl'ECTAHLE YOUNG WOMAN. A TT sltnaii'iu as eliaiubi-t'iiiald unu waitress. no objection to g 1 lu ihe ouniry lor the su nnier: 1.1 lily rceun.nii.uded from he. last place. Call lur two days a: 43o Puitoii avc., coiner of A it 1pm St., Brooklyn, over tbe tinnier suop. UrANTED? BY A R E s PECTA It LE YOUNG GIRL, A situation asehaiuoermald and waitress; n wi..i g 10 a.-sl-l witn 11,e na?: iu. aim uuoiii-, ur as children's n r.-o ana plain seamstress; has no object.011 lu go lu the country; has tiii: best 01 ulty icicrence iroin Uer last p.ace. Call .ur litu days al 3li UlOks st.. between Congress and Ainilj, South lirooaly a. 1 VITANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE MARRIED WOMAN, i TT u iiu a irush br .,at o? milk,a sanation as wet uiur-r, in a reap > luoic iainiiy, or would take a bftby at iMtr own lestdence. Good ret create can be given. Call fur two days at...? 1 roadav.J rsey City. Ur ANTED?A SITUATION. TO TRAVEL WITH X FA nuly lo California, by a inon, trustworthy kin, is willing lo jta., had her tare; thiee years' refeieuce given, t a.1 al her prcscut employer's, Xlu Pacllus si., Brooklyn, tor three uaya. Wf AN TED?BY A hESPECTABi.E MIDDLE AGED TT woman, a sliuutioii to lake charge ol an iuiant iroin lt? in: til, or lo take care of au nivalin, me best of ci.y lefe lence given iroin her lust place. Call lor two days al 2^0 Eas. am st.. corner &v. A. aecoial iioor. WANfED-BY a young gibl, a situation as c.i.,uioeruiaiu ?r waitress, the best of city re.erence 110111 her lasi place, call ai i'JI ?th av., near 21lh st. WANTED?BY A KESlECTABLE GIKL, A SITU A Lou ,0 do up stairs wot k ana plain sewing, and u>sist lu me wasning and irun.ug. Cail lor two dajs a. Nu. !1 At lantic av,, mar 1'ortbuiu av., brouklyn. "11"ANTED?A SITUATION KOR A WET NURSE; IIA8 TT pieuty of mil., and is very loud of caildn n. Apply at lite baio ry, el su.uvau st. VI/ ANTED?A SITUATION, BY A BESI'ECTABLE TV ?irl, as cbaitiui rmai.i and waitress, or to take cure of ehiidniu. iutjuue al 413 j-h av., between 35tn and Jblh ats. WANTED?BY A BESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, A situation to cook, wus., and iron iu a re*pettable lauiily; oral of city relercuee will be given. Call 1 or two da>a al -14 vV'esl ddlii sL, between 8lii an.. Dih a vs. w ANTr.D?BY A BESPECTABLE YOUNG GIBL, A TT si.uauon aa cliauioermaid and seams.iess, or eham lernia.d and waitress; wiiu.d ilke to travel, uo ohjecliou 10 go in the country for the summer; best city reference <un be giveu. Cau te m?ii until suited ?l 1 iO Baal ^6lu sl^ top uuor, froul room. WANTED-A SITUATION, Br A YOUNG WOMAN, AS chamocruiald and waitress. The oesi city lefertmce. Can b, seen for two oafs, Il not eugug d, at 2M East'Alth st., Lr^l uoor, irout room WANTED?A SITi AflON, BY A RESPECTABLE gi.lo ..U plain eus ..ug. Washing an,, ironing; no ul> je lion to gen r.ti 110 .sework in a private family. Can be , s en :or uo da..? at uer )MCseni employer's, 147 3d are., near lMh st. tiranied-A situation, bv A PROTESTANT tt wuinaii. u-. plain cook, wualier ai d iroucr, o;' in do ?en. inl lioiwcwnrk; uimmi re.oreuue, if re-iuircd. cad or a>|. r ?? lor two . ayn iji lludnuu >1., n-ur bunding, accond li?or. \Vran'TED-A SITUATION*, BY A YOUNG WOMAN, AS VV acu..,alien*; unu<t?u?n<h tlr> eaiunk 114 111 ml tranche*; in .iu experience 1 b<iirdreH?er; ' ?n give the b ti cuy n' it nut', l.uii ue aeon at mi 3'jlb hi., between 81i1 mid vtu uvh. Wr ANTED?by A KESI'E TABLE WOMAN, A SITUA 11.1. ua clia 11...Tin ,>a and ?-. .uialrt-aa, or ?? > n.miw r ma.d and to d.i hue w.iablug and Ironing, or lu take care of cm. .r *n; i*m cliy remrene. Call ui i!m wc?i tfutli at., fur two ilaya. U' ANTED?a sit CATION. by A STEADY WOMAN, 1.1 do the w ni. m a auiail lainlly. is loinl of . bihlren jii. obji. 11 in 10 uib couoiry. Call at 7tli a*., firat uoor, front iwiiu. * VV A NIK d A SITUATION, iiy A nk'xi, TIDY (iiki,, VV ? . iii....-rm 1.1 ana wmir or to aiw.nt in tin- will ing. l-i a go-id plain - ?..<-r; or w0..i.1 on lionaewonc in a i) all i.limy, ii' ii: but 1 ciaoie faiiuli<'it need apply. cau ue m'.-n lor t? o da..a at ?ai Sullivan at., lirat u.iua - in the rem*, m? ? oiiu uiH?r. U-A.stkh-BY A kkm'et'l'AHI.K, wki.i, exi'mki rn> < d yourn; woman,.. siiiiiit.oii hr i.rnt .at" cook 111 a amau private in nlly; un icrat-in la French a*i.i American cooktii ?, a.*') in- lit* a d all k nua of n.mp-, pantry, jelliei Ac.; itooo tour ycuni' cny relervo e g.ien. iai tor tw day* at Willow at., oetweeu P?.i.tv and Amity mi., ilionk.in. \lrASIi:i> -by A SKAT, respectable YOUNG VV _irl, a situation to if. h un r iotk and Wa t n.', or would 10 u .uaewora for a am. ill lanillj. 1'iie heaitf rule* mice ' a:i It- g.v. n Cull lor two ...iy-ai-0 D ,ili<-id at,, Briok.yu \1'anted-A situation, AS CHAM HE km aid AND m w..i r-w. or .is . . auib rniaid a...1 p. iin a. mnsue**; 1 baa ? ju.ui.ci, city relcit'iic., .m no ouje. 11011 tugnliiihe en nir ('.in be sr. 11 ..mil anil' n at >lla? lligg.il>' dr ?? mid ilnak 1 atabli*liin nt, 2.U 7ih av,, bcitv en 2mn and ata. THE tllauks, Vpiiotogkaphe i *'ANTED?to MAKE S.t1inus; b.' w111 n< t . ?i le 1 ni: e i al uiiy other b.anch ot in bu-.i neaa, ..ut inuat of good at illa. Apply to A. A. Turner, 1 !t m 1.ci -ire. t. Glue boiler.-wasted, by a mas who tuo. roughly uuderstand* tlic manufacturing of unegiue !? I1.-I.I-, kmtllb, m ai'H fool nil, *??., .?? , a ittlmm m i oca, man 11 a well e*iudndicd couc<-rti. A idrem Oiu ? B n .er, 11 raid oin^ Gvudkser wantkd.-a sinci.e man, ok (io id cbaracwr. toart 111 tne capacity ?f a.shih'aot ttardetirr and wTvatii. lie inay app.jr by mail, wltli pui ilcu.arn and l?f?reti<?*, to o. W. A. jciikln?, Stntnford, Conn. fPO mellchant tailoiw -wasted. A SITUATION, x li_. ayotititi man of expert -nee In cimiom cutting; no nb jfi tmn to the country. Andre** Cutter, l?i\ l'o-i offlce, rro SOFT HATTERS.?WANTED. FOUR K1RST KATE A Uumwiv, ai S.iacliuenlo ,w Co.'s, lo Spruce m. 11tantkd? BY A VOUNO MAN, A SITUATION AS 11 Jeweder or chain maker i.as four yeara' good rete reiicc. A.I4re?n b. J , trulon, New Jerney. \i/ASTKD?a JOURNEYMAN OUNMAKER, A OOOD m w nrkiiinu; iilm) a mh.ui, active boy to learn tuo trade, liepure of J. Uoofrey, Ti Catharine nt. *VASTF.D?a FIRST Katb AMBROTVI'IST. NONE it out a good, meady hand na.'d apn.y al b2i coluinola ?1 , Sooth Brooklyn. U'ANTED?TWO YOt'NO LADIES, who imf.k eland Iiioiiouiig the Kite lie m-lte photograph". Ap ply earlv at R. A. linrd'a gallery, 1 is Cbalnam >1. ANTED- \N i'i'iiolstkrek AI'pky AT LORD a Ta> lor ?, corner of uiatnl and chryalle ata. w \V'ASTF.1>-A OOOD wio MAKER AND LADY'S tv l airdr. ??rr; nn? that 1 a i Intln 'nc- the biirliieta will he.rofa go ?i ultuallon, by applying at k. tlijlora, 6tl bniadway. Alao .in Improver khkmch advurtisementh. ON dexandi-ine FILI.E francai8e POUR relume de cbainbieet coudre. h adroaer au ii Ea-t imm, UNE demoiselle francalse DESIRE SE PLACER comme temme do thauinrc. S'adreaaer chez Mnie. yam. t, 3w 6tli avenu*. MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. THE COMMITTEE ON TAXES OF THE BOARD OF Aldermen will meet on timrnday, th? 8tb luat , at 4 o'clock P. M., ID ro<.ni No. n City llau. All partlea Interested will uleaaa attend with .iit fun her notl>?. OEO. A. .IEKKMIAH, 1 ? HAS. J chipp, j Committee. ISAAC DAYTON, ) THE COMMITTEE ON printing AND advertising of the Board ?i Aldermen, will meet In Room No. 8. City Hall, on wtdneaday, May 7, at 2 o'clock. r. I. A. BOOLE, JAMES REED, HENRY SMIT/l, WILLI \M WALSH, JOHN H. BKADY. COAL. ?a on-red as" oo*l pr|t op 2,00# '? ai'/. |?u.'da. A a'ipciior qualitv of roal for fami ly one, well a< reeued and delivered promptly. Yard ISM Wrat Eleventh atieet, and 1^1 EUbth avenue. A. HEARTT oocuiti AND auhihts. Deafness, discharges from the ears, m in lne-a, Chronic In lammation, and all dlacaacn iii th? eye ?nd ear; a *o neiwma a if., ll'ina and catarrh, the Ire quriil mum a ueufnea*, enii d by Dr. OKA\ES. ConaultH lion lr>-e, peraonallv or ny letter, flin Bmadway. KKMT AURA nts. House of lords, n east Houston street.? tli. propr etor? ii. * to iin .rm their fMnda ami the i ii , th.it ili'lr op iiinn Sup|>er lak. a plane tli!? 1 \\, iiiemtay) 11 np wi.enaeall irmn them would lie ch te. uit 1 * 'a. er by tuen ubedlcnt nervani-, W. h NORTON. ii, e. sua Jii', IIEJ.H WASTED?FEMALES. All families who want good servants im. . mediately apply at the Lur?;e Institute, collier ol lllU St. *n i (Sth at., toi < iv.l capable, tidy German, SeoU'li, Irish, An: ric in ami Pro c*tant women, to suit all. Conducted by >lr IX.uYII. Quod plMIM always reedy. A GOOD MILLINER WASTED IMMEDIATELY, AT 200 Knit <11 street, Broo*iyu. A NUMBER or FIRST ( LASS FEMALE SEKVANTS, neat, civil .ii! < apabie, w ith ^o. d lec mineiulsiinis. want situations. At Mr*. LOWE'S fashionable iustitue, 17 S;ai,ton st., near the bowery. A NURSE OIRL WAMTBD?icompetent AND WELL ree iinincnded. Apply .a l'J Eisi Hdui su AS WET NURSE-a YOUNG HEALTHY, WOM VN with a Hill breast not over two months old; ninat have the best ol reference. Ait i.es> box New York Post oilice. t T TI.'E SERVANT'S INSTITUTE, 149 GRAND ST.. J\ wuoi <1, '.uia <uy, two prof'saad took* for p. ivaie fa milies; exicl.ent filiations open for cooks, washers and iron rs i hamnermalds and waitresses, latio tresses, nurses, iid v girls for housework w.inted. \NI"M11ER OF SMALL GIRLS WANTED-IN GOOD families; excellent situations, u> do ii?iii wi.rk: also several Kii'l? ami women wanted, mi suiuli families, for eene ral housework, In g' o I places, iirm diat "ly; both In pity and country. Inquire at tlie targe Institute, corner of lltli st. and 6l:i uvc. AFIIt.STOI.ASK MILLINER WANTED immediately, No, 81 Montgomery St., Jersey i uy. All SXFLOYER8 or good servants will find the in extensive o lie" 'ii this city at 3'Stith av., the Empire (Ity Institute?Tlx, English.(Irish, Scotch, French, German and colored, main and female, always on hand, suitable tor all kinds of work. I AD I li.S AND A BOY WANTED?TO SELL FANCY J trimming'- and French nmcliljs in a Broadway s.ore. Apply to .Mine. Dartolx, 5.i 11 eecker st. MILI.INEKY.-WANTEI), apprentices TO LEARN Ute inillinen business. Apply this day to Mrs. F. Wid dow?, n Ul.ner, 24 Tenth St., between Sth and till avs. VJCRSE AND SEAMSTRESS WANTED.?A GENTEEL J.1 yon g woman, wbo nn.ierstauds tile care ol cliloireu and knows how to cut and lit and sew well. Apply al 188 locii av. Servants WANTED.?A protestant OIRL TO <10 tu Mai vianu. Also, ift girts lor uonsework in tins city; 4 Irinn tie.-S"S, 1 cooks. 10 uxls jus. over. Al-o it man as gardener. New York Employment OlUce, 32J 4th avenue, one door aoove lilth st. QERVANTS IN BROOKLYN, PLEASE NOTICE?I have abuoilaii' of jiiucos . very dny, in the very best ta in ties in Hro klyn at tae h.?he>t wage.-.; latge numbers of ladies are coming every day, wanting servants of every de s. rii.lion. Gome and see for yourselves. Apply to Mr. CII RlSiOPHER, 10 Tiliary street, Brooklyn, late Manning A Co. ? WANTED-A good cook, WASHER and I RONE R willing logo to tue country lor t ie s .miner moutlis; city references required. Apply at 17G Henry st., Brooklyn. WANTED.?A respectable PROTESTANT GIRL wishes a situation as chambermaid or waitress, or to assist In washingsn I ironing. Apply tor two days at her lavt plac , 178 West ,'4ih St. IIT ANTED?TRIM M EE 3 ON FANCY and STRAW TT huts, at I.-5 Fulton bl? Brooklyn. WANTED-IN A FRECH FAMILY. KEEPING HOAKD er*. two girls; eoe a good coot, wil ing to assist the laundress; also, a laundress ?1 0 would ussist In chuniber work. Apply at 9' East&in si., roul 7 to 11 A. M. I*/ANTED?TWO good OPERATORS ON WHEELER TT A Wilson's iniuii>Be, to stitch and ma<epnin neck ties, and to board in the tamily. Apply at 39. Greenwich St., between North Moore and Bca-h s.s., second story. WANTED-A STEADY, HONEST GIRL FOR gene rul work. Good reference required. Call between 8 and 11 at 30 West 3.11b sL WANTED?IMMEDIATELY. A oliAMsTRr.Bt, I.N private family, competent lo cm a d make ladles dresses, and wlio would be wiling to assist In light chamuer work. A:iply, with referenuea, al SO West 22d St. ? WANTED?A YOUMC! OR MIDDLE AO ED LADY. TO aueud a bakery. Addiess W. box 123 Herald ofll.e. WANTED?A WET NUR&'E, TO TAKE CAKE OF A it child three months ol.>; i.iiiii have fresh n.ltk. Appl.v at 457 Broome i>t. at 12 o'clock M. fXTANTED?A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK; TT she muat be a good washer and ironcr, a plain cook ani be able to make bread, uud willing to go In tun country fo the summer; good city references required. App y at 172 Went 14i li at. ______ TITANTED?FOR THREE OR FOUR WEEKS, A SEAM, ft stress, who can work on dresses and use a machine Bed of reletence required. Call tilia ay, from y to 11 A M., at N".9 East 22d at. WANTED-A NX E. TIDY PROTESTANT GERMAN or Irish girl, to cook, wash and Iron; one willing to go to the country Utis summer. Apply al 79 West IS t at. WANTED?A GOOD COOK, WASHER AND IKONER, TT to go to Maieii Island, north shore. None but Pro tes-ants need apply at C71 Greenwich at., betweeu 0 and 12 ?'dock. WANTED?A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK; must lie a goo ? wumier and irotier, and also a good Nam cook. Good >.ity reference* required. Apply at 1M) East 21st ?t. WANTED?A GOOD AND TltUHTY SERVANT GIRL, to dop'iicial housework lor anna private family; G rimm pre!' rred. Appl. at 2ti Cottage jnace. None but ibooe thai can i.o.uc welt; e iommrnded need apply. 11'ANTED?A SMAtL GIRL, TO DO UP STAIRS TT wor*. wait and lend on table, and run orrania. A) - ply at 48 (ireat .Ion. * it. lor two da.\s. 1\*ANTED?BY A BACHELOR OF MEANS, A YOUNG 1' .a ly h"Hwk'-epi r pos>easi .ig good looks and rcilite incut; no otlnrs need apply. Addicts A. I.E., Madison S'piaiv Port o.lice. WANTED?A COMPETENT COOK; ALSO A YOUNG T ? woman as chambermaid and wai re?>; b< ih mu-t be Protestants, an 1 ring e.ty re onimemU'.i'iiii-. Apply a- 20 E istSTtb si., ihl* din (Wednesday I, after 9o'clock A. >1. TJTAMTCD?A GIRL tO DO HOC8BWOBK. TWO IN TT lauilly. W.igi s $:> a uionili Apply al 1U Smith St.. Brookly ii W" ANTED?A YOUNG LADY, TO ATI END A BAKERY. Ci y r i erence required. Call at 141 Myr: 1' av.,Brooklyn A\rANTEI>? A FIRST CLASS COOK; ONE WHO HAS. it lived In a h?4el or biarilln_'house, and ilinmngMy un der*'and* roups, mn a ante, jellies and dessert*. fosave trouble, none apt possessing tin aliovu qiialllica on* need apply, (ioo'i r ? ercnc.-s reipilie! from former employer's. Apply at TV .Mad.son ave., rum ft to 12 A. to. W*ANTED?AN EXPERIENCED NI RSB, NOT OVER II tuiityy-aiso age. to aite. d upon > luldren over lour y*ais old, an i tons*! t;nehamn rwor* and mending. 8he must ii \e cooil reeomirendatii ua iroui persMh now In the cily, mid tie wiui.g to go mill the family iu:o the coat try. A !*o a waiter girl in Mine lanilh. Apply from 10 lo In. ..I 2i 1 Greene si. Wanted?<ioo ? silk embroiderers, aocus VV tinned to worn in frames; a..?u a icw gi o I braiders. A; p y io l.ord x T.?y ior, corner of Broadway and Giand s ., entrance on Grand sa "11rANTED IMMEDIATELY?A 8MAUT, TIDY tUKL li al o it flftei ti yearnoi aii", to <*ke core of i mldren aud ?ska h-reell genetwly useful. Apply at <9 King st, WANTED?A RESPECTABLE WOMAN TO TAKE A TT i lii.il to board, iiiueici'u month* old; no one need ap p y uiilers io give Hun a mother's can'. Apply at 153 West 2Hi tear house, third floor. WANTKD?24 FIRST CLASS MANTILA MAKERS. AT IT 2&l Bonreiy. Cull early tills (SVe luendny) morning at Howe a Miller's, 2oo Bowery. WANTED?A KE'.V GOOD DRESS.M'AKSRS AND TWO TT iipp!entices; none htrt tne liest mird spply. Call for tlm e dsjs at IS7 Wi us er st, c irm r oi Bleeekar. WASWB-TWO OIRL9; ONE AS CHAMBERMAID TT mi l waitress, the other m nurse and s ainsircsi uud to do the line washing; bjtli must ha>e pood riiy tefcrences from their la" place. A| ply between ti e lioorsof 10and U o'clock at .'.4 7 tli av., baaeuient door. Wages $6. W"ANTEl>-A GIRT. COMPETENT TO DO THE HOUSE. ii Moik ol .i sin.til iaicily; must-be lust ? lass; wagi s good. Apply on wen sldn ol < llntou nr., ninth house noiih ol Fultou av., Brooklyn, north part of house. LOST AND VOl'NU. L'oKT-O >l.u SPECTACLES, IN AN OLD LEATHEK c<!*?-, without a lop, mi i*al inlay ?vcalutc, above Canal street. Til'1 linilrr Will I w?idvd by lua.ln* tbcm at <61 Broome street, near Jlrnir, 108T?ON 8 UN DAT, A BLACK AND TAX DOO; HAD j onanoMN leather collar, also Ii ail icul'l mark on his fight side; anniia lo tlie nmne of Hilly Tl.c iiiider will rrtPlrc ? libi-riil rewar.l. on returning the wime to 33 Naaiwii street, room 7; no itueatioini asked. Lost?on Tuesday morning. at ni eighth ave nue, or Mtitn ii ere and Morion stre I, a lady's P.iri"-, containing $IH 51. Thetlndrr will be sulunly rewarded by returning tncaunie to 68 Morton street, or gj Beekmau street, up stairs. I08T-ON TUESDAY MORNING, NEAR THE CORNER J of Pour I (tenth street and eifou'i avenue, ti brown mid white Hinniel Do; a M>tit eight month* old, answering to the name of ? ho. WMrvir will bring hlin to Mr. Mur. m, tl 5 West Fourteenth street. ahull lie i andonmeljr rewarded. LOHT-A CANARY BIUD.-ON MONDAY, FIFTH IN.-T., a small yellow Caiuiry Bird, wlt.i no marks. Any per ?on returning the name t<> UV Ninth street will be suitably rewarded. Lost?in going from the Howard hoi se to the corner of Broadway and Amity street, In an omni bus, a small blue Purse, containing two American silver dol lars and some unall change. The Under will be llbeially re warded by leaving it at 140 Welt Eleventh street. Lost?in sixth ayenub, a small poodle doo-, answers to the name of Dot; had round her neck a white cord with a piece of ribbon attached. Any one bringing It either to the store 2H Hlith avenue, or the House of Lords, eorner of Houston and Crosby streets, will be libemlly re warded. ON MONDAT, MAY 5, LEFT IN A LAFAYETTE, COM munlpaw and Bergen sta^e.from the ferry at 1 31) P. M, a lad)'s mink fur Muff The party who may have picked up the same, by delivering It to the conductor, at the watting ro im, Jersey <*lty, will be liberally rewarded. TOO LATE FOH CLASSIFICATION. AT77BLKKCKER BTKEET-~T1IE HIGHEST PRICES advancea on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Ac. Also Pawnbroker's Tlck''U bought for diamonds. ivutchet, Jew elry, nuns, |i-iol?, Jt<\, at 77 Bleeckerstreet, up stairs. ' H.NEWTON. AT NO. 8M BOWERY.-H ROSENTHAL, HAVING A grent desire m pnrnhase a large ?jimntltv of enst off W. arlnn Appid I, Fuinit ire, Carpets, Jewelry, *c?, by rail ing on uraddressing, ladles and n'^nlleinen can obtain the utmost value for each arlcle. Ladies ?tt d to ny Mrs. Boseniba1. Pieaie remember, and try 3M Bowery, opposite <}r- lit.'ones street. AT lfuRNH/M'8 FURNITURE EXPRESS AND PACK i g i -,i <, *hlii'n", I1J Wejt Kk'venlh street, betneen PI th and Slrtli aveniiVs, ftonarfhnld Furniture bmed and ?hipped to all paM of the world. Covered wagnni lor re moving furniture of families. Furnittrg llored. SITUATIONS WAJVTED-HALEfc AY(li;.N(i MAN, 17 YEARS OK AUE, POSSESSED OF ? guud English and German education, good isinnan and qui k at figure*, wishes a situation In u broker's office, coiuml-sion house or any good business Can furnish the but oi reference. Address r It , box lid He aid utllce. A BOY, 16 YEARS OK AGE, WHO RESIDES WITH bin parents ami is si ill going to hi boot, wishes a situation 1:: a wholesale, imput tin,;, jobbing or commission bouse, whcie by industrious ittentioii and gooj d poitmeut be van learn tofcense.nl. C,n write a good hand, Ac.; present wa^ea no object. Address T. 8. K., 5!.'i)? iltb av. t S COACIIMAN.?WANTED, BY A PROTESTANT j.'\ voting man. a situation to take charge of horses and make'hmisel generally useful, no objections to the country; his the l>eM of eiK references. Ca.l lor two days at Ualll gun's saddlery, 67 East l"tli at. A YOUNG M \N WOULD LIKE A SITUATION AS As sistant bookkeeper or aorae li. lit business, llestrele rence given. Address C. W. T., 115 East ifcid st. /"tOACIi.MAN'S SITUATION WANTED?BY A RE8PEC V > ta le young ni?n; one who perfectly understands bla business; ls iin evcel eir driver ami an e\|>?i ieuced groom; will lie to .ud willing and onilgbiti: ltaa good city referent*; no iibjection to the country. Adarrsa Coachman, box 14S, Herald office. Coachman ?a young man wants a situation as (.-room andcoaihtnan; one who perfectly understands bis buslm ss. Ha* go.i.1 eity reference from bis last employ er. Can br seen for two dajs. Please call on or address T. C., *J.'i Uh av. SITUATION wanted?by an industrious man, O with a small famiij, In a . entleman'scountry residence; understands the care of hoi ses ami cows. plain gardening and fanning; can do carpenter's jobbing or anything that 1? required of him. Good reference given. Addreas J. M., Brooklyn Poat dtlioe, for one week. TO GROCERS.?SITUATION WANTED, ABOUT 15TII of this month, by a steady ynunj num. In a grocery ot tea store; understands the business perfectly, and b?a good clt.v reierenco fron Ids 1 i*t o nloycrund others. Address fur tbls week Thomas, box ltt Herald office. TXTANTED?A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG MAN: TV writes a phfln leg b c i and i nd Is correct at fl^urca. Good reference. Address J. Jac<:. Zil West 4Uth sU. WANTED?A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE MAN, as waiter in a private family; can be seen until aultra at his pri sent employer's. No. !l East 17th st.; no objection to go In the country. WANTED?BY A buy, KIKTEEN YEARS old. A Vt situa.loii In a dry-oo.Ih or grocery store. Address C. S. Koblflison, 108Duffield at., Brooklyn. WANTI'D?A SITUATION. BY A SINGLE man, WHO has been enga^i .t I i - vi r tl years In bti-iuesK in litis city, and has also uetn kbroad; can gi.e coo-' city reference, and can lie seen by a .iires- ii, L. 1*., box 136 Herald office. "VIrANTED?A situation, BY A MAN WKO THO VV roughly understands gardening and tanning in all their branch. a. also <he care ol horses; is willing to make himself generally useful. The best reference from last employer.. In itiirc at Kulton st. HELP lVA\TED-!tIAI.E8. Agent?ik you wish to invest A SMALL CAPITAL IN A PAYING BUSINESS - Examine ue merits of the MULTOMICIIOON, Call and see It, or *eud for a circular. '* S. C. rickakds X CO., 102 Nassau utrcet,N. 7. Agents ake making more money by selling RICHARD'S I NiON PRIZE stationery AND RlX'IPE PACKAGE Than by any other investment. OUR PACK At J E IS IN SI'CII DEMAND THAT AGENTS EASILY MAKE KROM $H> TO Sift A DAY. circulars MAILED FREE. S. C. RICKARltS it CO., 102 Nassau street, Agents.?we cannot supply the demand You can make ?s a ilny bv selling the DIME PANPROSIMIOSIUM PRl/.E PACKAGE, Pl ii e 111 i ems. Containing sixteen new and original articles, Including. A GUT OK JEWELRY. If you would maiie nion v mnv s nd lor a circular. W. II. CATEtY & t.O , 102 Nassau street' ATTENTION! AGENTS. EAGLES. BTARS, KLAGS AND SHIELDS. Call at the A.n i lean Publishing Agency, 11 Chambers street. For the great AMERICAN C iRDs?ALL TRUMPS. Buy the Union Playing Cards, and never make a mistical. Agents wanted everywhere?fob day * Co. a Kerosene Oil Burner for Hold lamp*; cheapest and heat in use. Sample* mailed free on receipt of 10 ceut* by the manufacturer*. Day \ Co., Newark, N. J. A GENTS WANTED-To SELL DODIN'S PATENT IE .n. roaeiie oil burner lor fluid lamp*; co-ts only one cent; per week n n i no daugi r of <,xj# o-uon; sample sent on receipt or four red nam)*. Addresa J.-epi, l> din, -2 Duauc it BOY WANTED?PROM fourteen TO SIXTEEN your*ol ag-. an I who writes a good hand, in the office OI a co.uwiaaiuu house. Sa a., *.*1 I,rot year. Addruta. in ?w handwriting, M., Im LwratiBN. BOY WANTED.-WAN (ED, IN A STORE, A BOY. a'aMit id teen )imi? ol a*.*, o! good clmra ler, an AtneiL can; on* wholv.? wlih hi* parenia. Wagea $1 per weeiL Apply at l:w Water at. BOY WANTED?IN A PRtQ STORE; ONE WHO HAS a'Kj'ita y? ar's experience In the buaiuc.,*. Addles*, stating mlitaiat, Prug*, nox ISO Her ?M offlee. Bookkeeper wanted?a young man, from 18 to 2U year- of age, who w|:| hi a i.iy apply hlmaeif tohia en ployer K Inn , M. A Wnm box 1ST Herald oiiice. Book canvassers wanted.?wanted several t uiivassec-, to oninin auoserioere lor the moat popular lmmedUteV1*1' APPl> J' M" E'l"ey' l7li>* Carriage salesman.?wanted, by a youngi mail wlio in tiiorougnly acquainted with the business, m position in a re?i*-.table eK.a.iliahuie. ut a* salesman and K' nmal clerk. Add ess Carriages, Herald olliee. C1ANVASSERS WANTED.?splendid INDt'CEMENTS io; a *verul canvas*) r. , by wh.rh ciucrpi ising uulles or gentlemen , an make Lom *2 to Ji per day. Call lor three day a at 473 Broadway. ( 'U-N i ' TIONBBY.?WANTED, A BOY; ONE WHO VJ liaa worked a toe t \ ^re erred. Ainu a clri lor liouse a or iv. App.y ai 212 ?eel.er st. Drug clerk wanted.?une with a good kiiowlt?.ir.r ' 'he i? .ii an in- wnpi.on busincsN Kene rally ran aa !rt?hsCiiiM'i>t, 11 > raid ouice, lor one week, with n-feirnct M, which mum l><* uu x cpimhable. Man and wife want..d?to take charge op a small \'la 1 ia j,,? c wiit y. li : !le? from the city; tne niMiitodogeiifr.il Urn work *n<l garden in-; he tvomaa to < ouk ana Uk. cnar#e 1 to.- yum;. \ ?K#y ??r .irl, from 12 to lo \?.?ar* uf ??", nr> o .,c ?;? n. h i aUou the ye ii (.hio.igki. to _ood jin l rt'iiab.e p? r?oi?-; .Nm? ri? ah, En^.i^h or b j'reicj re 1. AdurcfM Km.:, ilnalU oilicc, ior three tlay*, stat in; uh ri* to be lifeu. DRUUGI8T8?WaNTLU, A GOOD APOTHECARY L to iaice u ij.t at on m a cir ^ in So ;t? Amerca: iioiio but t;.??*e w#*?l oiiall #? i in- a at the Mt:veii* House, r K> 1- i i or11 , 11 . '.i . v * Wanteo-a young ma>, in a light, pleasant . oai. ?? bi h ne?s. A i#ei >o.. v. i.l u to loan liia employer to i.JO can meit wt.ha o ' Mt nation, paMnit *7 to Sa I" r week. A?lilr> NS V. \\ . ll'-iaio 11 iliue, lo ilay. UrANTEO?A COLORED I'O.K ll.MAN. WITH THE linul of recomtiieiiitationa. Apply at 46 I'iue St.. thlid sti.ry. lm ?, between I. and 2 ? cio> fc. U'A.NTI.U?IN A DOW .S TO AN OKI-ICE, AN HONEST, intelligent 'o;, i.i i n i i ?l cell y, a - o d, Alio re wide* w'lth Ins |?r?nu>, wril a ?... u nan I, mid m wlllini; to iniiKe htuiHHil m-t aliy uaeiui. S.nar. iirst y ear $ju. Ap ply al it Broadway, room No. 4. w ANTED?A CLERK F(?R A RAILROAD TICKET offle**, a ei*>rk tor a drily ntoie. t. ?> 'oiiiiietors, tlirefs tloners, six men ou aieameia, oi.e st war leaa, one bouse .eeper. two jj-il* ioim el, ,wn clerks for Kiocery store*. Apply at No. 7 Cliatliaiii af|ii ire. SELL ar ?n*e 133 U'ANTED?TWO 1 iR THREE ACTIVE MEN, TO SI 10 grocer*, prov ision d ..lers aiid, i ivaie lamilie^ ti lesol iiiniy '?onsitiiipilou 11 every lamllv; III*. iai arrai uu tits Uia.'? will tillable partita. Calfoii M. Wray. Water st., upstairs. WANTED?AN ACTIVE MAN, WHO CAN HANDLE* proti-io.i*. with lea iy money, to take charge of a bu inesa 111 raier^ui, N. J.; an A I man can get a aood berth. Apply at 268 Greenwich at.. New York. WANTED?IN A wholesale FANCY DRY QOOI 8 bu*'iies?, a yooi.g uimii : he must lie very exp rt at lunrr*; m .st be thonoj^uly reliable, provide 1 with satiarar tory 1 'coii.in 'iidaiions, aiol ilv ulih hia parenta. Auolv at 337 Broadway, one ttlglit of stairs up. j \ IT A n TF. 1> ?A YOUNG MAN WHO UNDERSTANlTa Tf ruimiim a Itu .Rle'x card preas. To rnieh a one a ?? od I ?Iiimtloti at lair wages will be given. Appl? ..t 344 Broo 1 ? i.treet, near Uoncry. None but those competent seed apply | AVANTED?A YOUNG MAN, TO ATTEND bar; ?? must understand his biitin ??and couie well recom mended. Addreas Brown, Herald o: ice. VVrANTED?A CLERK IN A BROKER'S OFFICE, a T? sal "Mm n and a smart, nc ivo young man, aa tfeneral elerk in an olllce. Appl. at l'.l Fulloii si., Mcr. han a', Cl iks'Ke :istrv ollle-. Situations procured. Keierr.ucetu (11 Ht class hoii>es EsUblialied liM. Coiulu ted on a new and advantageous principle. WANTED?AN EXPERIENCED MAN. AS PORTER, TT in a earpei store. None utimr need apply 10 E. A. Pe terson A Co., 316 Canal at. WANTED?A SMART YOU SO MAN, TO DRIVE A IT horse and cart. One that understands the care ol horses and well acpialnU'd in this city and Brooklyn, may apply at 2t Catharine at., corue.r of Henry, K k A MARTIN. Por Other Wants Rr? Flrg" Pag*. ?JBWARD?. a?9 REWABD.?LOST. ON 8aturday AFTERNOON ?JP<6 in going from Duane street, thmugh k m and Pearl. 10 and up Broadway, m pair of Go d Spectacles. WM. A. BOYl), Dm Front street. $?J REWABD.-LOST. A PACKAGE OP OLD LAW O Paper*, Contract*, 4c., on the 1st ot Mav, or no value eicept to the ewner. Inquire of Johu M. Flyn', No. 1 Tryun row. <J>C REWARD?8TBAVED FROM Sit HKNItV SlBEKT. ?DO on Sundtiv raorniiu, a black ami tan slut; answer* to the name or Pink; aald Slut weigh* about ten 1 omuls The above reward will be paid 1 y returning said slut totbe above number. BEWABD?LOST, ON THE MORNING OF MAY ?. Hwhile crossinn Division avenue ferry, a S ible Victorlue both sides Fur; prifd highly as a gift. The Under will re ceive the above reward and the thank* of the owner I y re turning the same at 171 William street, oral the corner ol Third avenue and HAth street, Harlein. J. B. FILL *OI) REWABD -LOST, AM amethiflt KVNO. SET IN y?V *<tlid gold, ribbed *ide*^ oral stone, narbunele sNape. The tinder, by leaving it al 202 Bleecker afreet, tvlll receive the above rew ard. <C'*Mn REWARD LOST OR STOLEN. ON sunday V'JV/U allerno in, May 4, ?,oliig from th" turner ol Bread way and Dey street to the Cortlandl etreet ferry, one roll of the new iiauc, or legal tender, notes, containing $1,(W6 W l.o rer will return the same, or give information leading to the reeovery of the money, will receive th 'above reward by h'aung it with the SuiieriBfendent of the Metropolitan i'oU?, corner of Aim a^u Broomt Mrttta.